Saturday, May 21, 2016

On This Day In Canadian History....

1920 - Radio station XWA of Montreal, Quebec, broadcasts the first regularly scheduled radio programming in North America. Call letters changed to CINW on December 14, 1999. Corus Entertainment announced on January 29, 2010, that CINW would cease broadcasting as of 7:00pm local time that day, due to unsustainable ratings. Regular programming ceased at 10:00am and was replaced with a loop of an announcement of the closure of the station from general manager Mark Dickie. At 7:02pm eastern time, after 90 years on the air, broadcasting abruptly ceased.

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